The Lights are On, But No One’s Home at the TransAmerica Pyramid

Now, leaving aside the issue of decorative holiday lighting at night and the whole novel concept of turning the lights off at night

And leaving aside the “questionable” concept of have-your-cake-and-eat-it-too carbon offsetting…

What about turning off the lights at the TransAmerica Pyramid when nobody’s using them in the DAYTIME? Of course the cost of having all these lights on must be trivial compared to all the expenses of running a business, but if the people upstairs can see their way clear to turn off the lights right next to the windows, why can’t you?  

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Just asking.

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